In The News May 7, 2019
âme is most recent ULI Case Study

Last month, Jair Lynch hosted an Urban Land Institute case study at âme, the firm’s most recent multifamily development. Previously known as 2601 16th Street/Meridian Hill Hall, âme was an 8-story vacant building built in 1942 with 180,645 square feet. Its original use was a hotel for women during World War II. Most recently, it... more

In The News December 5, 2018
Jair Lynch Served as a Panelist for the Latest Brookings-Gallup Event

Jair Lynch was thrilled to be featured on the panel of the Brookings-Gallup event,   Homeownership while black: Examining the devaluation of assets in black neighborhoods.  The event took place from 9:30 – 11:30am on Wednesday, December 5 at Brookings.   Following the presentation on the research from the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program and Gallup,two panel... more

In The News August 13, 2018
Penn Branch Community Civic Association (PBCCA) Community Day

The Penn Branch Citizens Civic Association Community (PBCCA) held it’s annual Block Party on August 11th.   There was food, entertainment, games, face painting for the kids and so much more!! Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners is proud to be a part of this community in Southeast DC. The Shops at Penn Hill (formerly known... more

In The News June 15, 2018
Design Build Women 2018 Golf Outing

Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners had a foursome participate in the District of Columbia Design Build Women Group’s 2018 Golf Outing. The golf outing was a fundraiser event to support their scholarship program. The goal is to help young women from the DC area achieve their education in construction. Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners was... more

In The News May 23, 2018
Jair Lynch Joins AIA May 23rd Panel Discussion: reBirth: Washington DC 50 Years after 1968

Jair K. Lunch particpated in the May 23rd panel discussion about the reBirth: Washington DC 50 Years after 1968.  It was a good, robust discussion from a variety of viewpoints, design, development and preservation of the 14th Street corridor and H Street NE  neighborhood.  Please learn more about the exhibition here. more